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Barbecue Tourism Is A Real Thing: Here's The 2014 Competition Calendar

From Memphis In May to the Island of Staten
Jan 6, 2014 10:00 am

A true barbecue fan is willing and eager to hit the road in search of the good stuff. Now, with competitions heating up around the country, and even across the pond, there are plenty of opportunities to see the world while tasting the smokiest, tastiest 'cue you've ever had. Here's our guide to the barbecue contests of 2014, from Kansas City to NYC, Bentonville to Belgium.

Results From The Weekend’s Smoke At ICC, An Old Fashioned Barbecue Brawl

Ten teams competed for ultimate bbq bragging rights
Sep 30, 2013 10:00 am

Ten competition barbecue teams traveled from Texas, Vermont, New Jersey and New Orleans to compete in four categories barbecue categories at this weekend's Smoke at ICC at New York’s Pier 57. And the winner was...

Cochon 555 Louisville: Utilizing All Parts Of A Pig, Bourbon Included

Recap and pictures from latest stop of BBQ tour
Sep 9, 2013 2:00 pm

As part of his 18-event Cochon 555 tour around the country to raise awareness of heritage breed pigs, Brady Lowe has created a new offshoot of the initiative to “put the local back into barbecue.” This year, Lowe has tripled his efforts with stops in Memphis, St. Louis and Louisville. Read on for a recap of this weekend's Louisville event, complete with pictures.

Food And Drink Festivals Around The Country This Weekend And Beyond

BBQ, craft beer in New York, LA, Nashville and more
Aug 23, 2013 8:00 am

We've searched far and wide to find some of this weekend's most exciting food and drink festivals around the country. One of the year's biggest culinary celebrations takes place in Los Angeles, craft beer is honored on both coasts and events in New York and Nashville honor barbecue as we near one of the biggest grilling weekends of the calendar year. It's time to hit up one of these events while the sun is still blazing.

 

Food Festivals Around The U.S. This Weekend: BBQs Abound!

Step up to the grill for some amazing grub
Aug 16, 2013 9:00 am

We'd be a bit suspicious about all the BBQ-centric events taking over the end of August, but then again, it's barbecue, so what's there to complain about? The Freddy Smalls Backyard BBQ and Adam Perry Lang Serious BBQ are awesome come-one-come-all events that may put your average dad in the backyard with a pair of tongs to shame.

Brooklyn: 3 Food Events You Should Not Sleep On This Week

New Yorkers, your week is pretty much planned now
Aug 12, 2013 1:00 pm

Events in Brooklyn this week will feature the cooking of an acclaimed Boston chef, honor the first exhibit of the Museum of Food and Drink and mark Red Hook's Hometown BBQ restaurant opening. More information, after the jump.

Revealed: Dinosaur Bar-B-Que Top-Secret Pulled Pork Recipe And Smoking Process

Pulled pork at home, via the famed BBQ pit
Jun 26, 2013 2:01 pm
dino bbq pulled pork slider

We're excited to welcome Dinosaur Bar-B-Que to Brooklyn! We hit the opening last week (hard) and by a stroke of luck obtained chef/owner John Stage's recipe for Dino's legendary barbecue pulled pork. We would know, we had about nine of these sliders. This is the pulled pork recipe you've been waiting for. 

Infographic: How To Reheat Grilled Food Without Killing It

Make sure your grilling leftovers stay delicious
May 29, 2013 12:01 pm
how to reheat grilled food

Grilling is a perfect large-format feeding ground, which means you're going to have leftovers, and since nobody likes a chilly sausage, we thought we'd offer some tips on reheating your grilled food without killing (read: microwaving) it. Everything you need to know about re-enjoying after the jump, in highly print-outable infographic form!

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